My TBR List | April 2015 Voting

April 4, 2015 My TBR List 32

MyTBRList

My TBR List is a meme hosted by Michelle @ Because Reading where we get some help picking out what to read next. We sit for hours looking through our TBR lists wondering when we will ever get to that one book we were dying to read when we added it 3 months ago or maybe even a year. So each month we pick 3 books from our TBRs and let everyone else vote on which one to read. We announce the book the second week and by the end of the month, we review it!

April 2015 Voting

This month I’m letting you help me pick what book I’ll read for one of my 30 point tasks on my Goodreads Seasonal Reading Challenge, because there’s too many and I can’t decide! All these are books that I need to read for NetGalley at some point (some are more overdue than others…). They’re also all new-to-me authors.

My Three Choices

  1. Tear You ApartTear You Apart by Sarah Cross

    If you want to live happily ever after, first you have to stay alive.

    Viv knows there’s no escaping her fairy-tale curse. One day her beautiful stepmother will feed her a poison apple or convince her on-again-off-again boyfriend, Henley, to hunt her down and cut out her heart before she breaks his. In the city of Beau Rivage, some princesses are destined to be prey.

    But then Viv receives an invitation to the exclusive club where the Twelve Dancing Princesses twirl away their nights. There she meets Jasper, an underworld prince who seems to have everything—but what he really wants is her. He vows to save her from her dark fate if she’ll join him and be his queen.

    All Viv has to do is tear herself away from the huntsman boy who still holds her heart. Then she might live to see if happily ever after is a promise the prince can keep. But is life as an underworld queen worth sacrificing the true love that might kill her?

  2. The Courtesan DuchessThe Courtesan Duchess by Joanna Shupe

    How to seduce an estranged husband—and banish debt!—in four wickedly improper, shockingly pleasurable steps…

    1. Learn the most intimate secrets of London’s leading courtesan.
    2. Pretend to be a courtesan yourself, using the name Juliet Leighton.
    3. Travel to Venice and locate said husband.
    4. Seduce husband, conceive an heir, and voilà, your future is secure!

    For Julia, the Duchess of Colton, such a ruse promises to be foolproof. After all, her husband has not bothered to lay eyes on her in eight years, since their hasty wedding day when she was only sixteen. But what begins as a tempestuous flirtation escalates into full-blown passion—and the feeling is mutual. Could the man the Courtesan Duchess married actually turn out to be the love of her life?

  3. A Study in SilksA Study in Silks by Emma Jane Holloway

    Evelina Cooper, niece of Sherlock Holmes, is ready for her first London Season – except for a murderer, missing automatons, a sorcerer, and a talking mouse. In a Victorian era ruled by a ruthless steam baron council, mechanical power is the real monarch, and sorcery the demon enemy of the empire. Evelina has secretly mastered a coveted weapon – magic that can run machines. Should she trust the handsome, clever rake who speeds her breath, or the dashing trick rider who would dare anything she would ask?

Now Vote!

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Berls has been a book lover her whole life. She reads pretty much every genre and is currently working hard at making her childhood dream of becoming an author come true. She loves sharing her thoughts about books, blogging, and just random fun stuff. She's a challenge and read-a-thon junkie, so it's no wonder that she loves co-hosting the COYER reading challenge. Leave a comment, Berls is always happy to chat!

32 Responses to “My TBR List | April 2015 Voting”

  1. Simone

    I went for a Study in Silks, though I love the cover of Tear You Apart. But you know what they say, never judge a book by its cover! Even though I have to admit that it’s really hard not to.

    • Berls
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      Oh I freely admit I judge books by their cover all the time! O shouldn’t, but its so hard. I’m pretty sure all three of these books initially made it into my shelf because I liked the cover 🙂

    • Berls
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      Thanks for voting! It looks like that will be the winner too, unless something major happens in next few days 🙂

    • Berls
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      That’s why I’m making y’all pick 😉 I’ll read then all eventually – at least I’d better, they’re NetGalley. I think you’re right about a study in silks though…

    • Berls
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      You’re telling me! I finally threw my hands up and said TBR list 🙂 Can’t wait to see which one wins!

    • Berls
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      Thanks for voting! I know – that cover really grabbed my attention too. I can’t wait to see what will win 🙂

    • Berls
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      Thanks for voting Sarah! I’ve had that one the longest, so it’s probably good that it looks like it will win. I’m happy no matter what. since I really want to read them all 🙂

    • Berls
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      Now that sounds like a challenge * rubs hands together* LOL I’m a sucker for a challenge! That might just get me to read it soon, even if it doesn’t win 🙂

      • Berls
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        LOL I knew what you meant. Well I have ups and downs and April is generally a down month for me, so you have a chance 😉

    • Berls
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      Oh I’ll definitely be reading all these soon-ish, since I need to for NetGalley (plus they all sound good to me). I thought that one would do better than it is though!

    • Berls
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      I think that one is pulling ahead! Such a hard decision, I’ll be happy no matter what wins 🙂

  2. Lola
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    I voted for The Courtesan Duchess as I like the cover and like the sound of this one. I recently read my firs at historical romance and came across this one on netgalley and was wondering whether to request it.

    • Berls
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      That one really called to me, so I’m eager to read it. But they all did, which is why I need y’all’s help!

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